1) Yu Darvish
Japanese starting pitcher for the Texas Rangers of Major League Baseball (MLB). Darvish pitched in the 2008 Beijing Olympics as well as the 2009 World Baseball Classic as a member of the Japanese national team. Under new border restrictions, Yu Darvish's father may not be able to enter the United States to see his son pitch live.
A few days before Donald Trump’s inauguration, someone released that she agreed to perform for the incoming president. The news was fairly shocking, as many A-list, B-list, and C-list entertainers had refused to perform at several events. Chrisette continues to be swarmed with backlash and was disowned by her family.
Fired from radio station job after she defended Chrisette Michelle
The Fox host, who has offended many black American on more than one occasion, Tweeted: "#DashAmerica endorses @realdonaldtrump for President of the United States of America. Her contract was not renewed.
President Donald Trump fired the nation's acting attorney general after she refused to defend an executive order he issued restricting immigration in the name of national security.
Rosie O’Donnell and Trump have been feuding with each other for years. Once Trump threw himself into a campaign for president, their mutual dislike returned to the spotlight. Trump took a shot at her during a debate in August, and O’Donnell later told Entertainment Weekly in November that his campaign is “a nightmare.” She is also a part of the Stop Hate Dump Trump group.
7) former head of the D.C. National Guard that always has an integral part in overseeing the inauguration said Friday that he will be removed from command effective at 12:01 p.m. Jan. 20, just as Donald Trump is sworn in as president.
PrimeMinister OF Canada , responds to Donald Trump’s immigration ban by saying refugees are welcome in Canada
Now has time for date night.
The Clinton's made a surprise appearance at the a cappella musical In Transit directed by Tony Award winner Kathleen Marshall at the Circle in the Square Theatre, according to The Hollywood Reporter. She received a standing ovation
The entire United States is now counting on Sarah Palin to Watch Russia from her back yard.